The latest bespoke Bentley to come out of the car maker’s Mulliner department is a unique version of the Mulsanne super saloon inspired by the Sinjari falcon. Built for a wealthy falconry enthusiast, Bentley Mulsanne Sinjari features the same black and gold color scheme as the bird, only here the gold is real, 24 carat gold and not feather.
And the biggest golden part of Bentley Mulsanne Sinjari is the ‘Flying B’ radiator grille ornament which apparently reflects the majesty of the bird of prey with its outstretched wings. So if you’re a burglar who lives near the guy who owns this car, forget the china and the carpet, go straight for this thing because, since it features 23.9 carat gold plating, it probably costs more than all of that combined.
The exterior color on Bentley Mulsanne Sinjari is a “crystalline duo-tone Anthracite-over-Onyx finish,” naturally complemented with twin gold lining. These lines are the equivalent of Rolls-Royce Coachline in that they are painted by hand and cost about as much as the whole engine in your car. A set of Anthracite-colored Mulsanne wheels is the other highlight of this special model before you get to the interior.
Inside the cabin the Sinjari Mulliner Mulsanne comes with overlay images of the bird, in gold of course, etched on hand-crafted dashboard veneer and the rear picnic tray tables, complementing the regular dosage of super fine leather, artistic stitching, and a list of comfort and convenience features that would put Buckingham Palace to shame.